Chris and Albie Manzo of 'Real Housewives of New Jersey' talk about 'Rebuild Hoboken' Sandy relief fund
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HOBOKEN AND BEYOND -- Chris and Albie Manzo, the stars of "Real Housewives of New Jersey," have been involved in Hurricane Sandy relief since the storm hit New Jersey in late October. They've been particularly involved in Hoboken, where they live in a waterfront apartment. Hoboken got flooded and has raised money to offset the damage through the RebuildHoboken.org website.

The Manzo brothers plan to attend a Feb. 2 fundraiser, and talked at length about it in an interview on the Bravo TV website here.

Chris said, "In Hoboken, you have the extremely wealthy and, not a lot of people know it, but poverty and low-income housing, and everything in between. I told them 'No matter how big or small, the Manzo and Laurita family is totally behind you.' "

He also said he is trying to get more families involved in the event.

To read the past stories in the Hoboken Reporter (hudsonreporter.com) about Hoboken and Hurricane Sandy, click here and see related links below.

To find out about the Feb. 2 Rebuild Hoboken event, click here.

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January 10, 2013
Helping the people of Hoboken to rebuild is a cause everyone should actively support.

It would be truly shameful if the rumblings of a minority playing partisan politics prove to be true and some feel hurting their opposition is more important than doing the right thing.